Device Feature Matrix

for programmable CAN-Bus terminals by MKT Systemtechnik.

                       
(click on an image to warp to the relevant section)


Table with most available firmware variants, roughly ordered by development date.
Grayed entries indicate devices not in production anymore, and/or not actively supported by the recent programming tools.
Technical datasheets may be found on the 'MKT-CD' (available online).
Last updated (ISO 8601, YYYY-MM-DD): 2017-10-11

Terminal /
"trivial name",
Options

CPU

Firmware

Display

Keys

Interfaces

Protocols /
CANdb

Memory

Graphic
functions

Specials

UPT128

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11350

128 * 64
mono
(green)

13 CAN CANdb (DBC) up to ... (3)
255 variables,
255 pages,
100 cmds/page,
127 chars/line.
Icons, buttons
bargraphs
digital I/O
(optional)

UPT515
"dig I/O"

8 bit,
10 MHz
art11045

128 * 64
mono
(green)

13 CAN CANopen V3
2*SDO(cl)
4*PDO
40 variables,
120 pages,
8 kB icons
Icons, buttons
bargraphs
digital I/O

UPT515
"RTC"

8 bit,
10 MHz
art11046

128 * 64
mono
(green)

13 CAN CANopen V3
2*SDO(cl)
4*PDO
40 variables,
120 pages,
8 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs
RTC w. battery

UPT167
black/white
("Zentralterminal" (2) )

16 bit,
24 MHz
art11047

320 * 240
mono

30 CAN CANopen V3
2*SDO(cl)
4*PDO
100 variables,
60 pages,
8 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs
RTC w. battery

UPT167 color
("Zentralterminal" (2) )

16 bit,
24 MHz
art11048

320 * 240
16 colors

30 CAN CANopen V3
2*SDO(cl)
4*PDO
100 variables,
60 pages,
16 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs
RTC w. battery

UPT-Handheld
(Art. 70134)

16 bit,
20 MHz
art11105

128*64
mono
(green)

8 CAN CANopen V4
3 RPDO
3 TPDO
2 SDO(cl)
100 variables,
60 pages,
8 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs
20 commands
per page

UPT-Mobil
(=MKT-View 1
  +CANopen)

16 bit,
40 MHz
art11126

320*240
or
240*320
black/white

8 CAN CANopen V4
3 RPDO
3 TPDO
2 SDO(cl)
150 variables,
120 pages,
64 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs,
portrait mode (opt.)
30 commands
per page

MKT-View 1,
IPE-View

16 bit,
24 MHz
art11086

320*240
black/white

3 2*CAN,
1*RS232
CANdb 100 variables
90 pages,
16 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs,
Y(t) diagrams,
user-def'd fonts
rotary button,
digital I/O,
2*analog in

MKT-View I
"Plus"

16 bit,
40 MHz
art11087
 (CANdb)

320*240
or
240*320
black/white

3 2*CAN,
1*RS232
CANdb 150 variables,
120 pages,
64 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs,
Y(t) diagrams,
user-def'd fonts,
portrait mode
rotary button,
digital I/O,
2*analog in,
RTC w. battery

MKT-View I
"+ Logger"

16 bit,
40 MHz

art11089

320*240
or
240*320
black/white

3 2*CAN,
1*RS232
CANdb,
serial port access

150 variables
120 pages,
64 kB icons

Icons, buttons,
bargraphs,
Y(t) diagrams,
user-def'd fonts,
portrait mode

rotary button,
1 digital I/O line,
2*analog in,
RTC w. battery,
flash card drive

MKT-View II
"CANdb"

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11314 480 * 272
255 colours
Touchscreen
3 2*CAN,
RS232,
GPS-port,
Ethernet
CANdb up to ... (3)
255 variables,
255 pages,
100 cmds/page,
127 chars/line.
like MKT-View,
 + gradient fills, etc.
like MKT-View,
 +  audio recorder,
 + Script language

MKT-View II
CANopen (5)

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11315 480 * 272
255 colours
Touchscreen
3 2*CAN,
RS232,
GPS-port,
Ethernet
CANopen V4 up to ... (3)
255 variables,
255 pages,
100 cmds/page,
127 chars/cmd.

as above

Script language

MKT-View III
"CANdb"

Cortex-M3,
32 bit,
96 MHz
art11392 480 * 272
65535 colours
Touchscreen
3 2*CAN,
RS232,
GPS-port,
Ethernet,
2*An.-In
CANdb up to ... (3)
255 variables,
255 pages

as above

Script language,
'table' display,
system.exec,
versatile counter

MKT-View III
CANopen (5)

Cortex-M3,
32 bit,
96 MHz
art11393 480 * 272
65535 colours
Touchscreen
3 2*CAN,
RS232,
GPS-port,
Ethernet,
2*An.-In
CANopen V4 up to ... (3)
255 variables,
255 pages,
100 cmds/page,
127 chars/cmd.

as above

Script language,
'table' display,
system.exec,
versatile counter

MKT-View IV
"CANdb"

Cortex-M4,
32 bit,
200 MHz
art11532 800 * 480
65535 colours
7" touchscreen
3 2*CAN,
RS232,
GPS-port,
Ethernet,
4*An.-In
CANdb,
openABK,
LIN
up to ... (3)
255 variables,
255 pages,
100 cmds/page,
127 chars/cmd.

as above

Script language,
'table' display,
system.exec,
versatile counter

HBM-Terminal /
CATIE 1 (1)

16 bit,
40 MHz
art11102

320 * 240
mono
black/white

6 2*CAN,
1*RS232
CANopen V4
(modified)

to be
specified

like MKT-View,
+ extenstions for
diagram

rotary button,
numeric array,
polygons,
NodeScan,
Gateway

ProCon /
"The Phonepad"/
CATIE 2 (1)

16 bit,
40 MHz
art11191 320 * 240
mono (b/w)
16 1*CAN,
RS232
CANopen V4

150 variables,
200 pages,
64 kB icons

like MKT-View

30 commands
per page,
4000 text lines

ARM7 Mini TFT/
W.Remote Control
(2)

ARM 7,
32 bit,
60 MHz
art11092 320 * 240
255 colours
16+1 1*CAN CANdb 100 variables,
100 pages,
128 kB icons
Icons, buttons,
bargraphs,
Y(t) diagrams,
user-def'd fonts

256-colour
bitmaps

UPT320 5.7"
"CANdb" (4)

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11352 320 * 240
65535 colours
Touchscreen
t.b.d. 2*CAN,
1*RS232,
Ethernet
CANdb like MKT-View II like MKT-View II

DAQ,
Script language .

UPT320 5.7"
CANopen (5)

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11353 320 * 240
65535 colours
Touchscreen
t.b.d. CAN,
RS232,
Ethernet
CANopen V4 (5) like MKT-View II like MKT-View II

t.b.d.

CVT-MIL 320
(2)

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11356 320 * 240
65535 colours
6 1*CAN CANdb like MKT-View II like MKT-View II

Script language

CDP-MIL 320
(2)

Cortex-M3,
32 bit,
96 MHz
art11359 320 * 240
65535 colours
6 1*CAN CANdb like MKT-View III like MKT-View III

Script language

UPT320 "I/O"
"CANdb"

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11362 320 * 240
65535 colours
none ! 1*CAN,
Ethernet
CANdb like MKT-View II like MKT-View II

Script language ,
digital onboard I/O

UPT320 "I/O"
CANopen (5)

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11363 320 * 240
65535 colours
none ! 1*CAN,
Ethernet
CANopen V4 (5) like MKT-View II like MKT-View II

Script language ,
digital onboard I/O

UPT800 7"
"CANdb"

Cortex-M3,
32 bit,
96 MHz
art11382 800 * 480, 7",
65535 colours,
Touchscreen
none ! 2*CAN,
1*Ethernet,
microSD
CANdb like
MKT-View II
like
MKT-View II
Script language

HBG 18
(Handbediengerät 1.8")
"CANdb" / low cost

Cortex-M3,
96 MHz
art11520 128*160, 1.8",
65535 colours,
no touchscreen
6 1*CAN CANdb t.b.d. t.b.d. Script language

HBG 22 'V1'
(Handbediengerät 2.2")
"CANdb"

ARM7TDMI,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11364 240*320, 2.2" TFT,
255 colours,
no touchscreen
9 1*CAN CANdb like
MKT-View II
similar as MKT-View II
(but smaller screen)

Script language

HBG 22 'V1'
(Handbediengerät 2.2")
CANopen (5)

ARM7TDMI,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11365 240*320, 2.2" TFT,
255 colours,
no touchscreen
9 1*CAN CANopen V4 (5) like
MKT-View II
similar as MKT-View II
(but smaller screen)

Script language

HBG 22 'V2'
(Handbediengerät 2.2")
"CANdb"

Cortex-M3,
32 bit,
96 MHz
art11542 240*320, 2.2" TFT,
64k colours,
no touchscreen
9 1*CAN CANdb like
MKT-View III
similar as
MKT-View III
(but smaller screen)

Script language

HBG 22 'V2'
(Handbediengerät 2.2")
CANopen (5)

Cortex-M3,
32 bit,
96 MHz
art11543 240*320, 2.2" TFT,
64k colours,
no touchscreen
9 1*CAN CANopen V4 (5) like
MKT-View III
similar as
MKT-View III

Script language

HBG 35
(Handbediengerät 3.5")
"CANdb"

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11354 240*320, 3.5",
65535 colours,
Touchscreen
t.b.d. 1*CAN,
1*RS232,
Ethernet
CANdb like
MKT-View II
similar as
MKT-View II

DAQ,
Script language .

HBG 35
(Handbediengerät 3.5")
CANopen (5)

ARM 7,
32 bit,
72 MHz
art11355 240 * 320
65535 colours
Touchscreen
t.b.d. 1*CAN,
1*RS232,
Ethernet
CANopen V4 (5) like
MKT-View II
similar as
MKT-View II

Script language

 

                 

 

                 

Note: This table is for information only and without responsibility. It refers to the latest available firmware, and is subject to change without notice. Some links will only work if this document is viewed as part of the Terminal Programming Tool's help system. Some features will only work if they are unlocked .

(1) Who is "CATIE" ?
CATIE = acronym for "CAn Terminal for Industrial Environment" (Akronym für "CAn-Terminal für Industriellen Einsatz").
Designed for front-panel mount, robust metal housing, more rugged than the older UPT515 plastic foil cover.
(2) This is an OEM name. The users of these terminals will know what we are talking about ;-)
(3) Devices with memory sizes labelled "up to" use a new, flexible data storage since 2009-08.
For these devices, the maximum number of pages depends on the complexity of the display page definitions.
In this case, it is impossible to say "the memory will always be large enough for 255 display pages" - it's only up to 255 pages !
To adapt an 'old' application for the 'new' firmware (with flexible storage), select Options ... LCD Settings / Device Selection in the programming tool's main menu, and select the hardware again.
(4) Also sold under various different names / brands !
Check the firmware article number in the terminal's system menu to find out which hardware is actually used in your display .
(5) CANopen-Slave with "Monster-OD":
Some devices with a 32-Bit-CPU and CANopen V4 contain a very large object dictionary, with up to 40 variables per CANopen data type, which means a total of  9 * 40 variables in the OD. Some of them can be mapped into PDOs (except the string variables). Older devices, and all devices with 8- or 16-bit CPU, only support a maximum of 10 variables per data type - which should be sufficient for most display applications.
There is an extra EDS file available for devices with the 'Monster OD'.

Hinweis: Diese Tabelle ist unverbindlich, sie dient nur zu Informationszwecken. Sie bezieht sich auf die neueste verfügbare Firmware. Änderungen sind jederzeit vorbehalten. Einige Links in der obigen Tabelle funktionieren nur, wenn dieses Dokument als Teil des Hilfe-Systems des Terminal-Programmiertools geladen wurde. Einige Sonderfunktionen sind erst nach Freischaltung (durch den Hersteller) verfügbar.

(1) Wer ist "CATIE" ?
CATIE = Akronym für "CAn Terminal for Industrial Environment" ("CAn-Terminal für Industriellen Einsatz").
Für Frontplattenmontage im Schaltschrank; wesentlich robuster als das ältere "UPT515" (keine Plastikfolie als Displayabdeckung, sondern eine massive, in den Aluminiumrahmen eingeklebte Acrylglasplatte mit harter Schutzbeschichtung).
(2) Der Anwender / Auftraggeber zur Entwicklung dieses Gerätes wird wissen, worum es sich dabei handelt  - vgl '4' ;-) .
(3) Geräte mit flexibler / dynamischer Flash-Speicher-Verwaltung.
Wenn die Speichergröße (memory size) mit dem Zusatz "up to" (bis zu) angegeben ist, hängt die maximale Anzahl von Anzeigeseiten vom Umfang jeder einzelnen Anzeigeseite ab. Um eine 'alte' Display-Applikation an eine 'neue' Firmware (mit flexibler Speicherverwaltung) anzupassen, wählen Sie im Hauptmenü des Programmiertools Options ... LCD Settings / Device Selection, und wählen erneut das zu programmierende Gerät aus. Informationen über das zu programmierende Gerät werden dabei aus einer internen Datenbank übernommen.
(4) Dieses Gerät wird auch unter anderen OEM/Markennamen verkauft !
Für verschiedene Anwender existieren unterschiedliche Gerätenamen ! Massgeblich (funktionsbestimmend) ist einzig und allein die Firmware im Gerät. Diese kann beim Aufruf des Systemmenüs (im Terminal) ermittelt werden - sie wird im Display angezeigt, während (z.B.) F2 + F3 am Gerät gedrückt sind.
(5) CANopen-Slave mit "Monster-OD":
Einige Geräte mit 32-Bit-CPU und CANopen V4 enthalten ein sehr umfangreiches Objekt-Dictionary, in dem bis zu 40 Variablen pro CANopen-Datentyp(!) zur Verfügung stehen. Insgesamt also 9*40 Variablen im CANopen-OD, die z.T. per PDO-Mapping mit der Anzeige verknüpft werden können. Ältere Geräte (incl. aller Geräte mit 8- oder 16-Bit-CPU) enthalten maximal 10 Variablen pro CANopen-Datentyp - insgesamt also 9*10 Variablen, was eigentlich für die meisten Anwendungen ausreichen sollte. Für Geräte mit "Monster-OD" steht eine spezielle EDS-Datei zur Verfügung.

See also / Siehe auch: